Welcome to Wimbledon and Putney Commons

Wimbledon and Putney Commons offer visitors 1,140 acres of calm and tranquillity in the midst of the urban surroundings of Wimbledon, Putney and Kingston-upon-Thames. Designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest and a Special Area of Conservation, the Commons are made up of mosaic of woodland, scrubland, heathland and grassed recreation areas, along with 40 acres of playing fields, a golf course (believed to be the longest continually played course in England) and nine ponds.  

Created by an Act of Parliament in 1871, a board of Conservators ensure that the Commons are kept “forever open and unenclosed" and preserved and protected for use for the purposes of exercise and recreation. The Commons were registered as a charity in 1972.

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Winter Talk 2019

Join us for our popular Winter Talk, this year focusing on trees 
"Trees and a Changing Landscape"

Tuesday 12th March, 7.30pm.  

Our Latest News

*UPDATE Reports of "poisoned" chicken in the local area

Dog walkers are concerned about further "poisoned" chicken reports around Wimbledon Common

Thames Tideway Tunnel Works at Putney Lower Common

Information on the works at Putney Lower Common in relation to the Thames Tideway Tunnel.

Improvement Works to the Beverley Brook

Working with the South East Rivers Trust, we are embarking on a project to enhance the Beverley Brook on Wimbledon Common and the surrounding woodland. 

Wimbledon Common

Wimbledon Common is the largest of the three Commons and is popular area for recreation, relaxation and also a perfect place for spotting wildlife and birds.

Visit Wimbledon Common

Putney Heath

Putney Heath is characterised by an extensive areas of heathland, interspersed with groups of trees.

Visit Putney Heath

Putney Lower Common

Putney Lower Common is detached from the main body of The Commons and contains broad grass meadows with a riverside walk to the north.

Visit Putney Lower Common